If you are cycling the Camino de Santiago with CaminoWays.com, we will supply your group with mountain bikes from a leading brand. These bikes are specifically designed for terrain like the Camino de Santiago. We work with local specialists and bikes will be delivered at your hotel the day before your first day cycling. Bikes leave headquarters fully prepared, checked and perfectly packaged in their box. Ask our team if you would like to upgrade your bike for the Camino trip or if you need any specific accessories.
Aluminium bike with 27-gears, 27.5 inch wheels and disk brakes
Small pannier bag with pump, tools & repair kit.
The repair kit contains pump, multi tool and pedal keys, levers for tyres, spare inner tube and cables; as well as a map of Santiago with bike drop-off location.
All bikes include bell, bottle holder, lock and reflectors.
More details about your bike:
Frame – Aluminium
Fork – Suntour SF-15 XCM RL
Pedals – Aluminium (not automatic)
Hubs – Shimano BRM 33
Front derailleur – Shimano FDM 370
Rear derailleur – Shimano RDM430 Alivio
Shifter – Shimano SLM 370 Altus
Disc brakes – Shimano AM355
Chain – KMC X9
Saddle – Selle Royal Mach
Rims – Mach Neuro Disc
Both bicycle drivers and passengers must use officially approved protective helmets when circulating within urban areas, except in long steep slopes, on the grounds of medical reasons or under extremely hot conditions by Spanish law (Spanish Law 43/1999: November 25th 1999). Failure to comply with this will result in a traffic fine.
We recommend you take your own helmet or purchase one locally if you are starting in a town or city (for instance Pamplona, Ponferrada and Sarria will have local shops where you can purchase a helmet).
If you would like to cycle the Camino with children, we also have various options, contact the CaminoWays.com team for more information.
*We recommend you cycle the Camino only if you have some experience as a cyclist and are familiar with essential bike maintenance (how to change a tyre for example and basic bike repairs such as tube changing and attaching pedals).
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